Sunday, May 31, 2020 • 17:30 - 19:00
Budding clinician educators, here is a mentorship and networking opportunity for you! Come and meet 10 clinician educators who work in the areas of ultrasound education, CME, education leadership, physician wellness and digital scholarship. Participants will spend time at five stations and have the opportunity ‘speed date’ with clinician educators.
All attendees must register for the event by clicking on the link below.
For those already registered for conference, when you are logged into your account select CAEP 2020 conference under the “Conferences and Courses” tab, then click on the “Manage Registration” button in the top right corner, click on the “New Attendee” button and then select the mentorship event.
Clinician Educator Mentors
Dr. Constance LeBlanc
Dr. LeBlanc has served as Associate Dean for Continuing Professional Development and Medical Education Research at Dalhousie University; is a Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Dalhousie University; and holds a Master of Arts in Education degree in Curriculum Studies, with a focus on the Hidden Curriculum. Connie has served ed as Chair of CPD for CAEP, currently chairs the IFEM CPD Committee and have been a developer and speaker on six CAEP Roadshows and award winner of the RCPSC recognition for Innovative CPD twice!
Dr. Cheryl ffrench
Dr. ffrench graduated from the University of Manitoba Royal College Emergency Medicine Residency Program in 2011. She founded the simulation department in the Department of Emergency Medicine and has been the Director of Simulation for almost ten years. She was the Associate Program Director for the Royal College Residency Program for five years before transitioning to the role of Program Director in July of 2019. Most recently, Dr. ffrench has served as the Interim Director of the Clinical Learning and Simulation Facility at the University of Manitoba as well as the Chair of the Post Graduate Rady Resident Retreat. Dr. ffrench practices at the Health Sciences Centre which is the inner city provincial trauma centre in Winnipeg. Her interests are in Post Graduate Medical education, simulation and trauma.
Dr. Ryan Henneberry
Dr. Henneberry is an Emergency Physician from Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Dalhousie University. Ryan is also a sports medicine physician and works with several varsity teams along with the Halifax Moosehead’s Major Junior Hockey Club. He is the Emergency Ultrasound Director at the QE2 Health Sciences Centre in Halifax and has taught both nationally and internationally in point of care ultrasound, including at ICEM in South Africa in 2016.
Dr. Arun Sayal
Dr. Sayal works in Emerg and Fracture Clinic at North York General Hospital, a community teaching hospital in Toronto. In 2008, created the CASTED course, an ED orthopaedics course that has been presented over 350 times across Canada, including over a dozen courses internationally in the US, UK, and Middle East.
Dr. Sheila Smith
Dr. Smith is the Enhanced Skills Program Director and the Family Medicine Emergency Medicine Program Director at the University of Saskatchewan. She has been an Emergency Physician in Regina for the past 22 years.
Dr. Louise Rang
Dr. Rang is currently the lead for Professional Sustainability & Wellness in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Queen’s University. Prior to that she was the Queen’s ED Ultrasound Director for more than a decade, and she developed and taught the CAEP EDTU courses. Her main role is that of clinician-educator however she has dabbled in some research related to her subject fields. Her current interests include wellness, mentorship, and gender and diversity in medicine, along with PoCUS (as it is now known).
Dr. Daniel Ting
Dr. Ting is an Emergency Physician and Clinical Lecturer at the University of British Columbia. His academic interests include medical education, digital scholarship, and medical publishing. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the medical blog CanadiEM as well as a Decision Editor at the Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine.